Harry George Peter was born in San Rafael, California, in 1880, the third of three children. Parents Louis and Louisa Peter were born in France, and his father worked as a tailor. At the age of twenty he drew newspaper illustrations under the name H. G. Peter, while answering to the nicknames "Harry" or "Pete".
Harry G. Peter was an American comic artist, who enjoyed a long career, yet created his most famous work when he was already over 60. He was the first artist to draw the iconic superheroine 'Wonder Woman' (1941), created and scripted by psychologist William Moulton Marston.
At age 61, Harry G. Peter began drawing Wonder Woman, collaborating with writer William Moulton Marston. Peter started with the Amazon’s first appearance in Sensation Comics in 1941 and continued drawing the feature for close to two decades. Wonder Woman #97, cover dated April 1958, was Peter's last issue. Inducted 2017
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Oct 12, 2002 · H. G. Peter - Original Illustration of Wonder Woman (ca. 1941). This is, quite frankly, an incredible piece of comics history. Recently acquired from the estate of H. G. Peter, Wonder Woman's original artist, these are his first sketches of the Amazon Princess. The figures are done in what appear to be pencil, ink, and crayon and show Wonder ...
Sep 12, 2017 · This is the first ever sketch of Wonder Woman by H.G. Peter from 1941. On the drawing, Peter wrote: Dear Dr. Marston, I slapped these two out in a hurry. The eagle is tough to handle — when in perspective or in profile, he doesn’t show up clearly — the shoes look like a stenographer’s.
Oct 21, 2020 · Posts about H. G. Peter written by gasp65 and redscraper. Death smiles at us all, all a man can do is smile back. » — Marcus Aurelius The other day, I chanced upon a Rick Geary piece about tangos with the Angel of death, which returned my mind to a time, when I was but six years of age, and that my parents had gone holidaying, leaving me in the care of some old friends.
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Mar 22, 1995 · H. G. Peter Wallach, a political scientist specializing in American Constitutional law and contemporary German politics, died on March 13 while riding his bicycle near his home in Berlin, Conn.
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Harry George Peter was born in San Rafael, California, in 1880, the third of three children. Parents Louis and Louisa Peter were born in France, and his father worked as a tailor. At the age of twenty he drew newspaper illustrations under the name H. G. Peter, while answering to the nicknames "Harry" or "Pete". Working for the San Francisco Chronicle, he met Adonica Fulton, a staff artist for the San Francisco Bulletin who had studied at the Mark Hopkins Institute of Art. After moving to New York together in 1907, their pen-and-ink stye illustration, influenced by Charles Dana Gibson, earned them editorial work from magazines like the New York American and Judge. In 1912 they married. His first work for comic books was through Lloyd Jacquet's comic shop, Funnies, Inc., where he illustrated such features as the biography of General George C. Marshall in True Comics #4 (September 1941). His first superhero was Man o' Metal in "Reg'lar Fellers Heroic Comics" (July, 1941). His most last...
Marston and Peter were peers and supporters of the suffragettes and feminists of the early 20th century. Marston — an extended family member to birth control activists Margaret Sanger and Ethel Byrne — often wrote, lectured, and taught in favor of equality for women, and Peter and his wife Adonica Fulton  In 1972, Ms. magazine compiled a hardcover collection reprinting the Golden Age Wonder Woman stories of Marston and Peter. Gloria Steinem selected the stories and wrote of them, "Wonder Woman symbolizes many of the values of the women's culture that Feminists are now trying to introduce into the mainstream: strength and self-reliance for women; sisterhood and mutual support among women; peacefulness and esteem for human life; a diminishment both of 'masculine' aggression and of the belief that violence is the only way of solving conflicts." Wonder Woman was also on the premiere issue cover of Ms. Magazine (January 1972) with the blurb "Wonder Woman for President",..."Harry G. Peter (Person)". Comic Vine. Retrieved 2017-09-22.